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a queen to preside over his palace. he found one in a former coca-cola model named bernice. with her beauty and effortless charm, bernice turned out to be the perfect hostess to greet the celebrities, gangsters and other guests who made it the scene of its day. they lived over the store in a penthouse suite. along came their young prince, ben novak jr. >> he was a spoiled kid, a brat. >> ben jr, don't call him beveragey, would be trotted out to shake hands with the likes of j jfk, then it was back up the hotel elevator to home. birthday cakes came from room service. >> the kids who came to birthday parties were strangers, just kids passing through the hotel. >> the friendless boy, lost himself in the fantasy world of batman. the super hero became an obsession. even as an adult, he was still amassing a flor to ceiling collection of batman memorabilia. he even bought a bat mobile from the old tv show. but there was no holding off the real world and change. just as the rat pack fade id away, so too did the fountain bleu. by the late '70s, miami beach was regarded as a stale place for ol
. this year's nen hall of fame inductee is bernice. [speaker not understood] to talk more about her contributions to the city. jen? (applause) >> hi, my name is jennifer banta and i am proud to nominate bernice beng to the nen hall of fame. bernice being was a visionary artist. she was born, raised, educated and worked in san francisco. * bing. she graduated from the first mfa class of the san francisco art institute in 1961. she was good friends with joan brown and jay de feo. shes what an integral part of the art scene in north beach. she was also part of the first argot lin artist's in residence program in 1967 and spent the better part of the '70s deeply devote today community arts and activism. she was part of the founding member of scrap, and she was involved with the neighborhood arts program during its insanction. -- inception. she went on to found the san francisco cultural arts center and she is the first director. i am excited to share with you i'm working with the asian american women artists association and film maker madelein limb to bring you the world of bernice bin
for president obama, a dignified elderly 92 year old woman named bernice opened the door in my get out the vote identification, identified her supporting equality. and she looked at me and she looked at my official obama pen that said lgbt for obama and she looked at me with tears in her eyes and she said, our time has really come, hasn't it? we both cried. that moment with bernice takes some of the pain of this day away. on this day i always feel a heightened affinity with my uncle for this was that night 34 years ago that i had to first reflect on my own conversations with harvey. anyone who has had conversations with harvey will know, you cannot get away easy. and he didn't let me as a teenager get away easy either. i had to reflect about the meaning of those conversations. it was a day that i had to look hard at what his love and guidance would mean to me that that was gone, that i could only think of the words and the conversations that we had. my uncle was moved by all extraordinary heroes of authenticity that he would see, particularly when it wasn't pretty or easy for them. that is in m
and snack truck with pepsico. let's leave it at that. >>> berniece in new york. bernice, what is up? >> caller: i have been watching your program and watching diageo. it's a pretty highly priced stock. i have seen it go up and down and up and down, and wondered where you see it going? >> bernice, what's the overall trajectory of diageo? what's it been? it's been up and that's why i put it last year as one of my up stocks that you should buy on any single discount. and i think that diageo, when it gives you -- that's the whiskey company that is taking over the world by storm. particularly india, where they love whiskey. let's go to jim in arizona. >> caller: thank you for taking my call, jim. i have a question for you. i have shares of general mills dating back to the '80s, and the selling price was about $6 a share when it was purchased. so my dividend yield is over 20% based on original cost. today's market, around 3%. unfortunately, the stocks were set up as income and not reinvested. the question is, do i keep general mills, and the steady income for the dividend, or should i sel
whiten as well as $500 professional treatments. guaranteed. crest 3d white whitestrips. oh hey bernice. do i know you? i'm jay, and you're not nearly as old looking as these other ladies. oh, well thank you. [ chuckles ] bernice! he's a liquid gold digger. oh! he preys on women who cook with velveeta. be quiet helen. uh! [ male announcer ] liquid gold diggers love liquid gold. >>> on september 15th, 1963 that started as a normal sunday morning but in a deadly burst of dynamite it became a sechlt min day. four young girls were killed in the bombing. surviving the bombing, featured in a new documentary "march to justice." >> i heard the rumble of the thunder and an explosion. i heard the glass come crashing in and someone said "hit the floor." and right here i fell on the floor. everyone in the church just fell on the floor. and it was deathly quiet. >> reverend carol mckinstry joins us this morning. so good to see you. >> thank you. >> the 50th anniversary of this bombing comes up in september this year. how vivid are your memories half a century later? >> the memories are very clear in
their remarks and i ask unanimous consent to enter into the record a statement by the honorable eddie bernice johnson of texas. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's request is covered by general leave. pllhorford: the congressional black caucus is pleased to sponsor this hour and i am here with ms. marcia fudge, i yield to her such time as is necessary. ms. fudge: thank you, as well as mr. jeffries, for anchoring the c.b.c. hour. it is wonderful to have new members come to the house floor and do the work we have been doing so long, i am so proud of them so appreciative of the work they do. thank you very much. mr. speaker, i rise today to send a clear message to those who would seek to undermine our constitutional right to vote. you will not win. the race is not to the swift or the battle to the strong. this is not the first time section five of the voting rights act has been challenged and it's likely not going to be the last. members of the congressional black caucus and others, including those on the other side of the aisle, have work tods re-authorize section five. in a matter of days
, thanks so much. let's turn to our panel, eddie bernice johnson and jared bern teen, a senior fellow. good day to both of you. congresswoman, good afternoon. isn't this actual sequester, let's be honest, exactly what republicans like paul ryan have been longing for? i mean, you know that he's put together multiple budgets that would slash everything from meals on wheels to transportation services for the disabled. this sequester, it just gives him the chance to see all of these services cut to pieces and he sits back with clean hands and an impure heart. is that not true? >> well, sure it's true. the unfortunate thing is that this is not about obama. it's not about the president. it's about the people of this nation. it's about the future of this nation. we cannot afford to cut off all of our future because of the threat of sequester. we cannot go forward unless we do some forward thinking and planning. we cannot do that when we're cutting off all of our research and development, when we're cutting off all of our military jobs. texas, for example, stands to lose over 90,000 jobs. now, thes
. love it or get double your money back. oh hey bernice. do i know you? i'm jay and you're not nearly as old looking as these other ladies. oh, well thank you. [ chuckles ] bernice! he's a liquid gold digger. oh! he preys on women who cook with velveeta. be quiet helen. uh! [ male announcer ] liquid gold diggers love liquid gold. >>> this is a cbs news special report. i'm scott pelley at cbs news headquarters in new york. good morning. we're about to witness something that none of us has ever seen, a pope heading into retirement. benedict xvi becomes the first pope to step down as spiritual leader of the world's 1.1 billion catholics the first in 600 years. he shocked the world two weeks ago when he announced that he will no longer be well enough to carry out the responsibilities of his office. the pope has been meeting this morning at the vatican with the cardinals who have gathered to bid him good-bye in rome. there is the video of the pope meeting with the cardinals earlier today. and we have a number of live pictures around st. peter's square. this is the area whe
. woolite washed clothes look like new, longer. oh hey bernice. do i know you? i'm jay, and you're not nearly as old looking as these other ladies. oh, well thank you. [ chuckles ] bernice! he's a liquid gold digger. oh! he preys on women who cook with velveeta. be quiet helen. uh! [ male announcer ] liquid gold diggers love liquid gold. [ male announcer ] a world of remarkable itastes comes together. rich, dark chocolate meets sweetened soft centers flavored with exotic fruit juices, like pomegranate, goji with raspberry, and acai with blueberry. it's chocolate like you've never experienced it before. and it comes from a place called brookside. discover brookside. ooh-hoo, i can't wait to clean something besides the shower. [ male announcer ] scrubbing bubbles' foam penetrates tough grime and kills 99.9% of bacteria, so cleaning the whole bathroom is easier. scrubbing bubbles. [ female announcer ] sc johnson. i'd like to thank eating right, whole grain, multigrain cheerios! mom, are those my jeans? [ female announcer ] people who choose more whole grain tend to weigh less than
and get back to your place of occupation. i know rich templeton very well and did hire him. eddie bernice and i have asked you to come here. we are proud of t.i., cecil green and all of this hoopla created university of texas at dallas have our very generous in giving 1100 acres to take university. i was the senate sponsor of the guy from the house and am very proud of the university of all created by mr. orla bacher -- rohrabacher talk to bacher supports. i'll ask you one question about s.t.e.m. graduates and i know your train finally became a reality in 1986 in the students that you have. what about the s.t.e.m. graduates? are there no major current and future needs? >> mr. hall, thank you for the complimentary statements of the founders that m.i.t. and rpi. if you look in many ways the percentage or none of people we hire on an annual basis are fortunate because of the reputation there's enough available. that does not apply to all industries as we go down through that and not supplied will be under pressure if we don't get k-12 stem education in the current direction. [inaudible] >> t
and get back to your place of occupation. i know rich templeton very well and admire him. eddie bernice and i, i'm sure eddie asked you to come here, rich. we're proud of t.i. eric johnson, james mcdermott, cecil green, all those people, created the university of texas at dallas and were very generous in giving around 1,100 acres to that university, i was a senate sponsor of that, very proud of the university that you all have created. mr. rohrabacher asked about your support, you could talk all day about the support of that university. i'll ask you one question about stem fradge watts. i know your dream of the dallas engineering school finally became a reality in 1986 and the students that you have, and you've been part of t.i.'s history. what about the stem graduates? are there enough available in the united states to meet your current and future needs? >> well, mr. hall, thank you for the very complimentary statements about many of our founders who had deep histories at both m.i.t. and r.p.i. if you look in many ways the percentage or the amount of people that we hire on an annual ba
at when determining what is in america's best interest? we can start with you. >> and bernice to be a balance because if we just bring people and we will create a complete mess. bringing end a crowd of highly skilled immigrants who can help this country become competitive. >> that should not be the only factor. abcaeight. >> i now have a follow-up question. should it be the only factor? >> no, it should not be. the family category does not have that criteria. ..
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